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I'm searching for online scans of Oswald's address book pages. They may be easy to find but I'm a bit search-challenged. Anyone out there know if the pages are posted online anywhere?

Thanks.

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Here's an old link to what you are looking for. It is a link to a pdf. file so you will need acrobat.

It mentions Fred Korth and a Fiorini as being among it's listings.

Thanks to Wim.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=870

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Here's an old link to what you are looking for. It is a link to a pdf. file so you will need acrobat.

It mentions Fred Korth and a Fiorini as being among it's listings.

Thanks to Wim.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=870

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Robert and Chuck,

Thanks for posting these links. It's the first time I've been able to look at LHO's (complete?) notebook/address book. Too bad Lee's handwriting and even printing was so freaking lousy. (Unless, of course, there was a method to his madness there, as in coding words for his eyes only, etc. But I rather doubt it-- It's probably just the result of his playing hooky so much LOL.)

Does anyone know whether or not a researcher has ever analyzed, page-for-page, this very important document? If so, is it viewable on the Net?

Thanks,

--Thomas

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Here's an old link to what you are looking for. It is a link to a pdf. file so you will need acrobat.

It mentions Fred Korth and a Fiorini as being among it's listings.

Thanks to Wim.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=870

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Robert and Chuck,

Thanks for posting these links. It's the first time I've been able to look at LHO's (complete?) notebook/address book. Too bad Lee's handwriting and even printing was so freaking lousy. (Unless, of course, there was a method to his madness there, as in coding words for his eyes only, etc. But I rather doubt it-- It's probably just the result of his playing hooky so much LOL.)

Does anyone know whether or not a researcher has ever analyzed, page-for-page, this very important document? If so, is it viewable on the Net?

Thanks,

--Thomas

Thomas, do a google groups search for thread titles "Oz Notes", "Oz notes BINGO YOU NOTICED" and "Entry in Oswald's address book".

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Here's an old link to what you are looking for. It is a link to a pdf. file so you will need acrobat.

It mentions Fred Korth and a Fiorini as being among it's listings.

Thanks to Wim.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=870

___________________________

Robert and Chuck,

Thanks for posting these links. It's the first time I've been able to look at LHO's (complete?) notebook/address book. Too bad Lee's handwriting and even printing was so freaking lousy. (Unless, of course, there was a method to his madness there, as in coding words for his eyes only, etc. But I rather doubt it-- It's probably just the result of his playing hooky so much LOL.)

Does anyone know whether or not a researcher has ever analyzed, page-for-page, this very important document? If so, is it viewable on the Net?

Thanks,

--Thomas

Thomas, do a google groups search for thread titles "Oz Notes", "Oz notes BINGO YOU NOTICED" and "Entry in Oswald's address book".

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Greg,

Thanks for that. Not sure what you mean by "groups search," but I'll give it a shot.

Thanks again,

--Thomas

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Got it. For all you other search-challenged researchers out there, first I clicked on the blue word "more" on the main Google page (which took me to the next page), then I clicked on "groups," then I entered Greg's suggested search terms (not case-sensitive; not all at the same time), then wa-la, there it was....

Thanks, Greg

P.S. Still, it would be nice to find a book or something in which a researcher goes into great detail, page-by-page, like the FBI probably did (except they were biased) before the Warren Commission Report went to the presses... Oh well, maybe I'll tackle that after I finish my novel...

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Here's an old link to what you are looking for. It is a link to a pdf. file so you will need acrobat.

It mentions Fred Korth and a Fiorini as being among it's listings.

Thanks to Wim.

http://educationforum.ipbhost.com/index.php?showtopic=870

___________________________

Robert and Chuck,

Thanks for posting these links. It's the first time I've been able to look at LHO's (complete?) notebook/address book. Too bad Lee's handwriting and even printing was so freaking lousy. (Unless, of course, there was a method to his madness there, as in coding words for his eyes only, etc. But I rather doubt it-- It's probably just the result of his playing hooky so much LOL.)

Does anyone know whether or not a researcher has ever analyzed, page-for-page, this very important document? If so, is it viewable on the Net?

Thanks,

--Thomas

Thomas, do a google groups search for thread titles "Oz Notes", "Oz notes BINGO YOU NOTICED" and "Entry in Oswald's address book".

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Greg,

Thanks for that. Not sure what you mean by "groups search," but I'll give it a shot.

Thanks again,

--Thomas

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Got it. For all you other search-challenged researchers out there, first I clicked on the blue word "more" on the main Google page (which took me to the next page), then I clicked on "groups," then I entered Greg's suggested search terms (not case-sensitive; not all at the same time), then wa-la, there it was....

Thanks, Greg

P.S. Still, it would be nice to find a book or something in which a researcher goes into great detail, page-by-page, like the FBI probably did (except they were biased) before the Warren Commission Report went to the presses... Oh well, maybe I'll tackle that after I finish my novel...

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Thomas, I knew all that Agency training wouldn't be wasted and you'd work out the navigation :sun

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